Death Of Electric Current Dec 1980 Wireless World Article
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Topics Ivor Catt, electromagnetism, displacement current, gauge bosons, Standard Model, Yang-Mills equations, Maxwell equations
"Death of Electric Current", Dec 1980 Wireless World article, replacing electron drift current (which carries no significant kinetic energy owing to the fact that the 1 conduction electron per atom constitutes under 1/1600 of the mass of a conductor and flows typically at 1 mm/second) is not electric power, which is composed of the light velocity, high power electromagnetic field. The electromagnetic field carries the electric energy we use, not the drift of the conduction electrons, although electrons - by providing sources of the electromagnetic field quanta which are exchanged between charges - are important in guiding where the electromagnetic field energy can flow (e.g. in semiconductors).
Maxwell's equations have been used for physics obfuscation as Catt claims, but N B Cook argues that the problems go much deeper , and the Yang-Mills SU(2) equations are the underlying basis for electromagnetism, explaining and resolving the anomalies in the Standard Model . The only difference between the Yang-Mills equations and Maxwell's equations is the quadratic term for net charge transfer (i.e. a non-equilibrium in the exchange of force field mediating bosons), which is possible for massive weak field quanta (the Z and W bosons), but is impossible for massless electromagnetic bosons. Magnetic self-inductance therefore prevents any net (one-way) flow of charged electromagnetic SU(2) field bosons, which can thus only flow in two-way transfers that maintain equilibrium and thereby cancel out the magnetic field curls (eliminating self-inductance). This physical mechanism, whereby massless charged bosons are prohibited from propagation along a path without two-way equilibrium, cancels the Yang-Mills charge transfer term, hence reducing the unobserved Yang-Mills SU(2) equations to the observed Maxwell equations. This theory was suggested by Catt's own work on transmission line energy currents (composed of electromagnetic field bosons) in the Dec 1980 Wireless World article.
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